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1. Found Object Installation (non-majors): Students worked collaboratively to create an installation using on site material and a YoutubeTM playlist to transform a classroom environment.

 

 

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2. Texture: Collages created from juxtapositions of simulated, imaginative and frottage texture sources into a composition.

 

 

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3. Line: Students created two unrelated works focusing on linear network after two separate studies of line variety using marker and pen.

 

 

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4. Value: Acrylic paintings to understand how tonality and varying contrast can distinguish foreground and background.

 

 

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5. Value: Acrylic paintings to understand how tonality and varying contrast can distinguish foreground and background.

 

 

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6. Shape: Students produce jigsaw-like paintings that use limited shapes to explore gestalt principles of design.

 

 

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7. Value: Acrylic paintings to understand how tonality and varying contrast can distinguish foreground and background.

 

 

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8. Drawing, Self-guided project (end of the semester): Students present written and rough sketch proposal for assignment that pertains to principles explored during the semester (personal stylization encouraged).

 

 

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9. Master-copy Collage/Drawing (combo): Intermediate level students create a finalized collaged work from found and created imagery then reproduce and reinterpret work at similar scale.

 

 

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10. Master-copy Drawing: Introductory students draw an enlarge rendering of their collaged work that cites popular artworks noted for differing use of high and low contrast elements.

 

 

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11. Linear perspective: Students reproduce a one-point perspective drawing using various hatching application to portray value.

 

 

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12. Facial studies: Students create a composition from drawing two different facial features from two different points of view at similar scale.

 

 

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13. Self-portrait: Intermediate students created a self-portrait using non-traditional drawing material.

 

 

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14. Drawing, Self-guided project (end of the semester): Students present written and rough sketch proposal for assignment that pertains to principles explored during the semester (personal stylization encouraged).

 

 

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15. Monotype: Students explore various mono-printing techniques on an etching press including collage, chine collé, trace, stencil additive and subtractive application.

 

 

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16. Monotype: Students explore various mono-printing techniques on an etching press including collage, chine collé, trace, stencil additive and subtractive application.

 

 

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17. Drawing, Self-guided project (end of the semester): Students present written and rough sketch proposal for assignment that pertains to principles explored during the semester (personal stylization encouraged).

 

 

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18. Hard-Edge Painting (non-majors): Compositions of traced objects that permit students to explore color interaction.

 

 

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19. Color: Students produce 3 identical paintings that follow different color schemes to understand how define a composition spatially through focus and emphasis.

 

 

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20. Digital Illustration: Students create a series of corresponding work that conform to an agreed aesthetic voted upon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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